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Invited Paper – Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Transition to Labor Law Reform: State-Level Initiatives &Informal Sector Labor Relations Hemal Shah, Scholar at the Takshashila Institution The Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 50, No. 1, July 2014 Abstract The 1991 economic reforms in India quadrupled growth, but...

Takshashila Scholar Hemal Shah’s reserach cited in The Business Standard

Takshashila Scholar Hemal Shah’s research cited in The Business Standard on a piece on labour reforms. Finding a middle ground on labour reforms “In the face of such polarity, a 2013 study by Hemal Shah, a Scholar at the Takshashila Foundation...

Takshashila Scholar Hemal Shah’s research cited in The Financial Times

Takshashila Scholar Hemal Shah’s research cited in The Financial Times on a piece on Labour Law Reforms, seen as a crucial step in allowing India to make up its lost manufacturing time. Indian Elections: Are labour reforms possible?  “There are other avenues:...

Policy Brief – Making India’s Labour Market More Flexible

Making India’s Labour Market More Flexible Hemal Shah, Scholar at the Takshashila Institution This policy brief presents a workable approach to labour reforms, to break six decades of deadlock. These are reforms that can result in marginal progress that can...

Research Report – On Labour Law Reforms in India

Towards greater labour market flexibility: Issues and Options Hemal Shah, Scholar at the Takshashila Institution This report proposes how we could think about a workable approach to labour market reform, different from the polarised debates we have seen so far....